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Human immunodeficiency virus and quarantine in Cuba

HANSEN, Helen
GROCE, Nora
2003

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This article examines Cuba's policy for HIV prevention. Widespread HIV testing was introduced as an early response to HIV and those who tested positive to the virus were confined to living in sanatoriums. While enforced quarantine no longer exists, Cuba still relies on a quarantine system for transitional counselling and care facilities

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